See Kelvin Sulu Duel For His Crew In Preview Of ‘Star Trek: Celebrations’ One Shot Comic

Just in time for Pride Month in June, IDW is releasing Star Trek: Celebrations tomorrow. The one shot anthology comic has five brand-new stories celebrating LGBTQIA+ characters from across the Star Trek universe. We have a preview of the first story and the covers for Celebrations.

Star Trek: Celebrations


“Star Trek was an attempt to say that humanity will reach maturity and wisdom on the day that it begins not just to tolerate but to celebrate differences in ideas and differences in life forms.” -Gene Roddenberry
IDW proudly presents a one-shot anthology centering and celebrating LGBTQIA+ characters from across the Star Trek universe! Join legendary heroes from each era of the beloved franchise in stories that showcase the strengths of infinite diversity in infinite combinations, brought to you by a star-studded cast of writers and artists including Vita Ayala, Steve Orlando, Mags Visaggio, and more!


Cover A by Paulina Ganucheau

Cover B by Angel Solorzano

Cover C by Kevin Wada


Five-page preview from Kelvin Universe story “The Knight Errand” featuring Sulu, written by Steve Olrando with art by Denny More.

The four other stories in Celebrations are…

  • Strange New Worlds – “Facemaker” with Christine Chapel, written by Mags Visaggio with art by Trench.  [SPOILER: story includes a surprise Enterprise cameo)
  • Picard – “Lady Luck” with Seven and Raffi, written by Vita Ayala with art by Liana Kangas.
  • Discovery – “Innovation Interruption” with Jett Reno and Paul Stamets, written by Stephanie Williams with art by Denny Minonne.
  • Lower Decks “Risian Rendevous” with Mariner and Jennifer, written by Hannah Rose May with art by Jack Lawrence. We have three inked pages.

Celebrations arrives on Wednesday…

Star Trek: Celebrations will be released on Wednesday, May 29. You can order it and more Star Trek comics at TFAW. Or pick up individual digital editions at Amazon/comiXology.

Keep up with all the Star Trek comics news, previews and reviews in TrekMovie’s comics category.

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This looks like it’ll be fun. A shame they didn’t do a Dax story, since she was the first bisexual character ever portrayed on Star Trek.